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president-elect donald trump announced his first higher starting with the man who will be the chief of staff. >> the job will go to reince prebis. he is known as a washington insider. experts say the choice could anger his most conservative supporters. steven bannen will serve as chief counselor. as trump builds his cabinet thousands are spending a 5th day opposing his election. "action news" reporter, jennette reyes is live in center city where hundreds have gathered. jennette? >> reporter: sarah this protest wrapped up not too long ago across from city hall. we've seen an antitrump protest
everyday with a similar message. trump may have won the presidency, but he is not their president. >> we're surprised that donald trump rose to power on a platform of race, hatred and province of the frej -- prejudice dis. thousands anger over the upset that handed donald trump the presidency. >> i'm broken hearted. >> everything i believe in, everything is at stake with trump as the president of the united states. >> reporter: protesters march from city hall down market street. demonstrators waved their posters and signs. >> i think there's a lot of hate going on right now. i want to show that we're
standing against that hate. >> reporter: this mom said she attended so that her children could see the good in the country. >> i want them to see that not everybody agrees with what's out in the media. >> reporter: but all came to show the country they are not going away anytime soon even under a trump presidency. >> these problems existed before now. the only positive thing about this we can directly talk about it instead of living in a state of denial. >> we don't have to lay down and take it. we can continue to fight injustice and let our voice be heard. we don't like it. >> reporter: this is not the end of the protest, in fact there will be another one here at plaza across from city hall at 7:00 p.m. everyone is expected to attend. all right, jennette reyes
reporting live from center city. thank you. "world news" sunday will have the latest on the cabinet as well as protests around the nation coming up at 6:30. in sports, the eagles defense rose up to power the birds to a win over the falcons. >> i guess you could say there's no place like home. >> reporter: they love the link, nothing like coming home back to south philadelphia. as sarah said there's nothing like home sweet home to make it better. the eagles who were perfect at the linc keep it that way even though they are facing one of the best teams in the nfl. doug peterson and the eagles not too happy. matt ryan, 76 yards to taylor gabriel wide open. eagles struggle to come back in the 4th under 7 to go, down 2,
ryan matthews, his second of the game. eagles up 5, the defense protects it. ryan picked off in the final 90 seconds by him mccelvin, the eagles keep the highest scoring team in the nfl in check. they win 21-15 they are 4-0 at home. >> i look at 1-0 for the season. we need to start 1-0 the second half of year. >> it's a big game for us as an offense and team to pull off a tight win. we're halfway through the season to get this win going in the plus category. the biggest thing we pulled one out in the end we have not done that yet. >> one of the biggest knocks against carson wentz is the fact he has not been able to get it done late in the game. he does it there late in the
game. hopefully this continues. >> we'll take it. >> moving on to the latest in the investigation into what police are describing as flash mob attacks in center city. 6 people were injured including an off duty philadelphia police detective when a group of juveniles assaulted complete strangers at 16th and walnut. christie ileto is live at the scene. >> reporter: walter it was yesterday that the incident unfolded. as you look around it is busy for something lights to happen here. another person was attacked around the corner from where we are standing. while police have arrested two teens they are looking for more suspects. >> rattled by the sudden burst of violence, dwight ran into a nearby store to escape the melee. >> i heard a lady screaming they were down there fighting.
me and a couple of other people were in urban out fitters they locked the doors. >> a group of teens started assaulting pedestrians on a busy saturday evening in center city. an off duty police detective who was walking with his wife tried to intervene. the crowd disturbed but the -- disbursed but they noticed a second group of teens attacking another woman. gary who is homeless was steps where the incident unfolded. >> a bunch of cops were flying on bikes. there was a bunch of kids and the cops were going after them. >> a 28-year-old man was attacked by a group of teens around 16th street. it left who live in shock, unsettled. >> i'm surprised i could see it
coming. the last couple of years you could see a change, a big change. >> reporter: now the police officer who tried to intervene suffered a fractured eye socket he was taken to a nearby hospital. police are looking for surveillance footage to identify anybody else who was involved anyone with information is asked to contact detectives. reporting live in center city, christie ileto channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. two women were seriously injured when they were struck by a car in center city. it happened at 2:30 a.m. at 11th and market. a pickup truck struck the women in the crosswalk. the women were rushed to the hospital in critical condition. this was veterans day this past friday. all weekend long people were honoring our men and women, the
eagles celebrated them this morning. >> reporter: a new memorandum arm is in place at the linc. a stadium seat dedicated for those killed in action. >> it fills had your hearts. it does. >> for all the men and women who served, it's an honor to dedicate this to them. >> reporter: one of the men and women handle retired dakota meyer, marine recipient of the medal of honor and son-in-law of sarah palin sarah palin. >> they served their country. >> reporter: on the road for veterans transitioning into the workforce. >> you look at the skills the people bring to the table. they understand discipline and decision making. >> reporter: we spoke to other vets who couldn't agree more that includes jeremy cross.
>> if i had a choice between two equal candidates i would choose a veteran over and over. i know that they come from a background of service and honor and duty, it's something that would benefit any organization. >> reporter: i want to read a little stat that is the unemployment rate for veterans under the age of 25 is 13% and for veteran spouses 25%, much bigger numbers than the national average that is why sergeant myers says he hit the roads to try to bring the numbers down. reporting at the linc, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> a church in newark, delaware honored veterans with a special memorial dedication. "action news" was there as the pilgrim baptist church unveiled a memorial. the stone and browns memorial honors all veterans and thanks them for their service. veterans were honored in
collegeville, montgomery county. the action cam was on handle at valley forge baptist church, participants dressed in uniforms dating back to the revolutionary war. >> much more to come on "action news" tonight. it's never too early for senate helpers to get started. don't call this a mushroom, several truffles went up for auction in center city. we'll tell you how much they went for. we'll give you a hint it's in the thousands of dollars melissa. >> reporter: it's great conditions to watch the supermoon tonight. we're tracking rain and we have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> we'll have much more when "action news" comes right back.
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pottstown, montgomery got a new addition today. "action news" was there as the last painted needed was delivered to the pottstown memorial park. it was loaded in the truck and delivered to the carousel. the poney named morning glory has been ready since the spring. a unique auction took place at the union league in center city. several rare truffles paired with italian wine. truffles are not much to look at. the rare alba white truffle was piedmont italy was up for auction. the truffles and wine went for $4,000. proceeds benefit the national italian american foundation. in delaware, volunteers made blanket to put into duffel
bags for children to take with them. kind to kids will distribute the bags to children in delaware. the my blue duffel program so designed to give youngsters a sense of comfort during an often difficult transition. kids were busy in horsham today's santa's helpers filled cart after cart with toys for children in need to be handed out next month.
it could have been disastrous. matt ryan and the falcons have the highest offense in football. the eagles held them to 15 points. carson wentz and the eagles trying to get on a run if i were atlanta. ryan matthews runs it in. it's their first touchdown in the first quarter. matt ryan sacked by brandon graham. they hold them to field goals, ryan wide open, taylor gabriel, 76 yards, eagles down 2. this hurts, so does this. eagles answer, carson wentz for jordon matthews he is mailed across the middle, incompletely. matthews gets a bloody lip. doug peter wants a penalties. next possession, matthew scores
in the 4th. eagles up 6th. final two in change on 4th down. eagles ball, they put it out of reach on a tough decision, 4th and 1 eagles go for the field goal 48 credit carder, -- 48-yarder. eagles win 28-14. let's go to jamie apody eagles continue dominance they are 4-0 at home. >> reporter: you never know with the eagles, the defense is not always on par, the running game great today not so great earlier in the year. the one sure thing in the season is if fact the eagles play at home they are going to win it's happened in all four games thus far. >> we got 8 games at home. count it up. that he is 8 wins. that's what you got to do. >> we can't say nothing about
the fans coming out and supporting the way they do. we know what the fans are like here. i think god we do -- i thank god, we do stuff. now we have to do the same approach to every single game. >> it's something to build on. other four losses we had a chance in other games. whether it was a minute left or three minutes left. it's great to get over the hump so to speak and we'll build on it. >> reporter: they will get the monkey off their back. we'll have more on "action news" sunday ducis rogers will be joined in studio espn mike sepennli. matthews said he didn't think the ref was watching the game he thought they were thinking about
going to chickee and pete's afterwards. that's it from lincoln financial. jamie apody channel 6 "action news." >> eagles go back on the road where they have lost four straight who like the seahawks who are undefeated at home. the eagles do not catch a break in the nfc east. washington comes out. they had four field goals in the second half to win, 26-20. washington has lost once in the last 8. flyers michael never out with a knee injury. >> melissa magee has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back.
>> melissa the check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast as we wrap up a beautiful weekend. >> reporter: yeah, a nice day, a little milder, nice conditions for the start of the day tomorrow and rain tomorrow night. we'll talk about the details. storm tracker 6 live double scan radar, you can see it's dry right now. no issues with precipitation, in fact we have a mostly clear sky as we head outside, looking at the commodor barry bridge and up at the supermoon! it's a beautiful sight to see we'll have more details on the supermoon. you want to check it out, because the next time it will appear will not be until 2034.
30% bigger and brighter in the sky tonight even as you wake up tomorrow morning. 60 degrees is the high in philadelphia. a milder afternoon in comparison to yesterday's chilly high of 351. we were above average today, normal 57. we have a southwesterly wind 54 in the city. 47 in allentown. 45 in the poconos. in cape may, 55. dover, 49. satellite and radar not a cloud in the sky from new england to across the mid atlantic region. as we widen out a couple of changes we're tracking this week. we have an area of low pressure over the southeast it will move in orderward across the i-95 corridor throughout the day monday night into tuesday. over the next 1 hours it's nice and quiet and cool, as well. 27 degrees is the overnight low in the suburbs. we drop down to 38 degrees in philadelphia. we have the extra supermoon tonight, as well. it's the closest and biggest
full moon we've seen since 1948. it's a sight to see, it reaches its peek 8:30 a.m. tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning, sunny start, increasing clouds we track the area of low pressure as it move through. high temperature coming in at 61 degrees. the air of low pressure moves to the north on tuesday, early rain and mostly cloudy high temperature 57. here's future tracker 6, you can see 6:00 a.m. we have a mostly clear start to the day, the clouds increase as the day and evening wears on. the rain arrives closer to the midnight hour, it continues tuesday morning. it might be slow going tuesday morning especially in the i-95 corridor and areas south and east. some spots could pick up precipitation throughout the day on tuesday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast sun to clouds tomorrow, high temperature coming in at 60 degrees with the
late-day rain that moves on through. tuesday, cloudy, 58 and sunny and dry and not a bad day on wednesday, high of 6o plenty of sunshine around on thursday, 61. friday, mostly sunny, nice and 64. saturday, mostly cloudy a little unsettled with afternoon rain and 64. cooler next sunday guys with high temperature 55. not a bad day tomorrow, the rain moves in tomorrow night and tuesday. >> thank you. abc "world news" sunday is next on channel 6. don't miss "action news" at 10:00 p.m. on phl17. and we're back here on channel 6 at 11:00 p.m. for melissa magee, sarah bloomquist and the entire "action news" team, i'm walter perez. we'll see you back here at 11:00 p.m. ♪
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welcome to "world news tonight." breaking news. you're hired. president-elect donald trump tapping rnc head, reince priebus, as his chief of staff. what that pick might mean. plus, is trump changing his plans for that border wall? and the new twitter feud from our next commander in chief. protests and hate. the nation divided. demonstrations across the country. incidents of hate on the rise. how can trump unite americans? the fire starter? as dozens of wildfires scorch the southeast. the aspiring weatherman now charged with arson. what he allegedly confessed to police about the fire and facebook. no verdict. a mistrial declared after a jury deadlocks over a white police officer who fatally shot a black man during a traffic stop.